See below the photos for details on the Chamber of Commerce photo contest.
|From left, Sandra Bell, Hazel Corbet, Darlene Smith, Yvone Musmusto, Mary Devine, and Phyllis Miller in 1955|
|Kirkland Ladies Eagles Drill Team in 1950|
|Albert Davis and his wife Ethel prepare for the annual Salmon Bake in 1955|
|Norman Trapp and Daisy Feenstra lead a team of Hereford yearlings in the 1955 parade|
|Spectators watch the parade in 1948|
|Wagon train-themed entry from 1950|
|The "Bonehead Firefighters" perform a stunt in 1950|
|Patsy Hinrichsen in 1956|
|Jay Melson and his dog Sassy in 1947|
|Couples dance in 1948|
|"Judge" Elvert Vadnais and "Prosecutor" Horace Davis try Ernie Baker for "being bald" during a mock court proceeding during Pioneer Days in 1947|
|Marjorie Lester and Jack White ride in the Pioneer Days parade in 1947|
|A scene from the parade in 1950|
Categories for the Chamber of Commerce photo contest are:
- People - Anywhere, any time on August 4
- History - Images that show connections to the past
- Laughter - Candid expressions of joy caught on camera!
On August 4, you can register at the Chamber Booth on 125th, in front of Bank of America, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Entry into the photo contest is $5. Visit our photo contest website: lakecityphotos.shutterfly.com for more info.
Remeber: Today's photo will be tomorrow's history.